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Howdy John and Ian 8-)
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Hee, hee! :D

You can't keep a good cheese down!

Waydaminit... that's not right... Of course you can keep a good cheese down. But you get the sediment. Sentiment. I didn't mean you get a sediment deposit from eating a good cheese. Sediment is not an impediment or even unintended condiment.

Anyhoo - *cough* - my compliments, old man. 8-)

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DaveKeir wrote:Hee, hee! :D

You can't keep a good cheese down!

Waydaminit... that's not right... Of course you can keep a good cheese down. But you get the sediment. Sentiment. I didn't mean you get a sediment deposit from eating a good cheese. Sediment is not an impediment or even unintended condiment.

Anyhoo - *cough* - my compliments, old man. 8-)
Good day to write another 'funny' song, eh? 8-)
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Lenny Lee wrote:
DaveKeir wrote:Hee, hee! :D

You can't keep a good cheese down!

Waydaminit... that's not right... Of course you can keep a good cheese down. But you get the sediment. Sentiment. I didn't mean you get a sediment deposit from eating a good cheese. Sediment is not an impediment or even unintended condiment.

Anyhoo - *cough* - my compliments, old man. 8-)
Good day to write another 'funny' song, eh? 8-)
A sedimentary lifestyle need not be an impediment to either good days nor funny songs! On the contrary! The absence, indeed the abstinence, of sediment is often meant to compliment a sobriety that renders the two mutually exclusive. ;)


Is that a NOS* six-pack of MacAndrew's I spy over yonder Dave? ;)


NOS = New Old Stock ..... a term oft used to describe vacuum tubes of ancient build, safely ensconced in dusty old boxes.

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swamptone wrote:
Lenny Lee wrote:
DaveKeir wrote:Hee, hee! :D

You can't keep a good cheese down!

Waydaminit... that's not right... Of course you can keep a good cheese down. But you get the sediment. Sentiment. I didn't mean you get a sediment deposit from eating a good cheese. Sediment is not an impediment or even unintended condiment.

Anyhoo - *cough* - my compliments, old man. 8-)
Good day to write another 'funny' song, eh? 8-)
A sedimentary lifestyle need not be an impediment to either good days nor funny songs! On the contrary! The absence, indeed the abstinence, of sediment is often meant to compliment a sobriety that renders the two mutually exclusive. ;)
I was thinking the same thing! 8-)
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Wow, this thread's gone to the dogs :lol: Started innocently with some guacamole and mushy peas, beer, now we have cheese and possibly edible sediment :shock:

Oh yeah, it's good to be back 8-)
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philter wrote:Wow, this thread's gone to the dogs :lol: Started innocently with some guacamole and mushy peas, beer, now we have cheese and possibly edible sediment :shock:

Oh yeah, it's good to be back 8-)
Now we just need a musical cheese thread ( you're on Nate :mrgreen: ) to put the icing on the cake for you Phil :lol:
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philter wrote:Wow, this thread's gone to the dogs :lol: Started innocently with some guacamole and mushy peas, beer, now we have cheese and possibly edible sediment :shock:

Oh yeah, it's good to be back 8-)
If you don't like the sediment, you can always steam your hot-dogs in Guinness ...... but be warned, some folks don't approve of mistreating Guinness that way. ;)

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swamptone wrote:If you don't like the sediment, you can always steam your hot-dogs in Guinness ...... but be warned, some folks don't approve of mistreating Guinness that way. ;)
Well we all know the Brit's fondness for warm beer, so Phil would probably like steamed Guiness hot-dogs :lol:
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Paul Bryce wrote:
swamptone wrote:If you don't like the sediment, you can always steam your hot-dogs in Guinness ...... but be warned, some folks don't approve of mistreating Guinness that way. ;)
Well we all know the Brit's fondness for warm beer, so Phil would probably like steamed Guiness hot-dogs :lol:
...and leave the dogs in the Guinness, like martini olives.
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Lenny Lee wrote:
Paul Bryce wrote:
swamptone wrote:If you don't like the sediment, you can always steam your hot-dogs in Guinness ...... but be warned, some folks don't approve of mistreating Guinness that way. ;)
Well we all know the Brit's fondness for warm beer, so Phil would probably like steamed Guiness hot-dogs :lol:
...and leave the dogs in the Guinness, like martini olives.
That would be for those of pro-sediment sentiment.

I once had some St. Sixtus Trappist Monk Ale. On a sediment scale where 10 is extremely heavy with sediment and 1 is extremely low on sediment ............ it rates an 11!

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:willy:
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Phil !!!!

Nice to hear you're back ! We've been missing you !

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philter wrote::willy:
Not your :willy: silly, hot-dogs, but if ... :lol:
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Paul Bryce wrote:
philter wrote::willy:
Not your :willy: silly, hot-dogs, but if ... :lol:

That is taking the vernacular expression "getting steamed" to a whole new level!

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braunie wrote:Phil !!!!

Nice to hear you're back ! We've been missing you !

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Braunie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 8-)
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As Phil was the last one to arrive at the lounge Guacamole feast, we left him the dishes. Welcome back Phil :lol:
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The entire picture didn't belong imo...
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